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Norway’s minority government plans full-time employment reforms
22/11/2021
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John van der Luit-Drummond, Editor

On 13 September, Norwegians went to the polls. While the result was a clear victory for centre-left parties, a minority government was eventually formed between Norway’s Labour (Ap) and Socialist Left (SV) parties after the Centre party (Sp) walked away from coalition talks.

Under the premiership of Ap’s Jonas Gahr Støre, Norway’s new government has presented its Hurdalsplattform – the agreed policies of the Ap and SV for the next four years – which includes amendments to the Nordic nation’s Working Environment Act.

 


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